What is the potential difference in which current flows through a 10.33 Ohm resistor in a circuit with a 240 V source?
- PhilomelLv 78 months ago
- oubaasLv 78 months ago
The potential difference equates the voltage source , i.e. 240 V
- Andrew SmithLv 78 months ago
As written you have ONLY one resistor. ALL 240 V ( of energy) must be lost in passing through this resistor and its associated wiring.
- zenoLv 78 months ago
It depends on if the current travels parallel in
Divided circuits or travels through the single
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- JimLv 78 months ago
The potential is still 240 v
- Anonymous8 months ago
V = I * R